Real Madrid’s Dani Carvajal says he would like to play in the Premier League before his career is over.
The full-back has spent his entire career with Real Madrid, save for a one-year loan with German side Bayer Leverkusen in 2012-13.
A product of the club’s youth academy, Carvajal’s time in Madrid has been wildly successful as the defender has won 14 senior trophies throughout his career.
Those trophies include four Champions League titles and a La Liga crown, but the 26-year-old admitted he does think about a move towards something new.
“I do think about it,” Carvajal told Libero Magazine, per ESPN, when asked about leaving Spain. “And I am clear that I want to play in the Premier League.
“It is an experience that I really want to have. I don’t want to be left wondering what it would be like. But, on the other hand, I would like to spend my whole career here, which would be something very nice too.
“It is true that [with] Qatar, China… we should not trick ourselves, it is about money. I would really like to experience the Premier League, but we will see.”
Carvajal’s contract with the Spanish club runs through 2022, and he has made five La Liga appearances and two Champions League appearances to start the current campaign.
The Spain international, who appeared 25 times in the league for Real Madrid last season, was a member of La Roja’s World Cup squad this summer in Russia.
Currently sidelined with a calf injury, Carvajal’s status is currently in doubt for Real Madrid’s upcoming match with Levante on October 20 as well as the clash with rivals Barcelona on October 28.